Dr. Daniel Abrahams is the Senior Climate Security Advisor in the Bureau for Conflict Prevention and Stabilization in the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Daniel provides technical guidance for programmatic interventions as well as Agency and inter-Agency policy efforts. He holds a Ph.D. in Geography from the University of South Carolina and a Master’s in Public Policy from Johns Hopkins University. His research focused on the ways in which institutions approach the joint challenges of climate change, conflict, and disasters. He has conducted research in Uganda, Haiti, Kenya, Zambia, and the United States on topics ranging from the barriers to addressing climate-security risks with development policy to individual-level perceptions of flood risk. His work has been published in diverse academic outlets including World Development, Climate & Development, Conflict, Security & Development, and Current Climate Change Reports.